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    Welcome to SEAOP,

The GREEK FEDERATION OF SPIRITS PRODUCERS - S.E.A.O.P- was founded in 1995, following the division of the activities of the historic Federation of Greek Wine and Spirits Industries (abbreviated to SEVOP from 1949 onwards) into two (2) segments: Wine Industry on one hand and Spirits Industry on the other. It is a private law entity, namely a non-profit organization.

In its capacity as a body representing purely spirits producers, it aspired to meet the increased needs of the Greek Spirits Industry and safeguard its interests both in Greece and throughout the globe.

The federation encourages, supports and promotes the socially responsible alcohol consumption. It is keen to work with governments and other stakeholders to reduce misuse and to develop additional initiatives to reduce it further.

Latest News

03/03/2011
Découvrez le Tsipouro!
Samedi dernier, Eric Boschman a évoqué le Tsipouro sur l’antenne de Bel RTL.
02/03/2011
To appreciate ouzo, just add water
Jason Wilson learns how to appreciate the licorice-flavored Greek spirit.
20/12/2010
Tax hikes take toll on Greeks' beloved ouzo
Consumption of country’s favorite drink falls, hurting bars and distilleries
By Agence France Presse (AFP)
Monday, December 20, 2010

10/12/2010
An enhanced EU policy to help better communicate the quality of food products
Guaranteeing quality to consumers and a fair price for farmers are the twin aims of the "Quality Package" adopted today by the European Commission. This Quality Package sets up for the first time a comprehensive policy on certification schemes, value-adding terms for agricultural product qualities, and product standards. Until now these have been spread among numerous pieces of legislation. With this Package, the Commission covers all facets of quality, from compliance with minimum standards to highly specific products.
08/12/2010
Promotion of EU agricultural products outside the EU
The European Commission has approved measures to provide information on, and to promote agricultural products in third countries.